Having looked around at some of these "retro" phones that seem to be springing up everywhere, I notice that the majority of them have the keypad on the hub and not on the receiver. Yes this does makes those phones have that old style look, but for me, having the keypad only on the hub would tether you almost as much as a non wireless phone, which nearly defeats the object of having a wireless handset in the first place.
Try scrolling through the ENDLESS options on a computerised call centre with one of those phones whilst on the move!!!
This phone however is one of the very few that has the keypad on the receiver , but still maintains that retro look that I was looking for.
Only drawbacks with this phone that I can come up with is its ring tones, which sound like it was recorded on a electronic stylophone keyboard and doesn't have that many to choose from, and all sound rather clunky and very 90's mobile phone.
Sound quality from the receiver is excellent and much better than other phones that I've owned, but cant help but think for £60 you should get more with this phone, and in this day and age with the technology available you should get at the very least a decent ring tone.
The "old phone" ring tone that you get on the iPhone would have been perfect for this model, but on the whole I'm quite pleased with it and purely bought it for its looks than anything else, and often gets a mention when people see it.